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Frame and ORGATEC challenge today’s leading designers to give shape to tomorrow’s agile office.
Icelandic artist Hrafnhildur Arnardóttir, a.k.a. Shoplifter, talks about growing up in the 1980s, using hair extensions as a medium and how to be serious without standing on ceremony.
Serra de Bocaína, Brazil – Caio Antunes and Marcella Zambardino have been building a self-sufficient house in harmony with the natural environment of Sao Paulo national park.
Washington D.C. – At the National Building Museum’s Great Hall in Washington, Snarkitecture created an interactive installation called The Beach.
Minecraft Earth's augmented reality technology has obvious applications in helping to visualize and adapt design plans in situ.
In a shift appropriate to the current now economy, fashion industry players such as Hermès, Prada and Saint Laurent are investing in a form of graduated pop-up: the luxury branded club.
Beijing – For M-Fit, Ramoprimo designed a two-storey space that allows exercisers to creatively choose their own circuits.
In our newest issue, Axel Arigato cofounder and creative director Max Svärdh sheds light on the Swedish streetwear brand's innovative way of treating brick-and-mortar shops.
London – The British retailer worked with Gensler to build an experiential, immersive electronics department that expands its previous one by nearly 80 per cent.
Seoul – Even though Seoul’s Café Oriente is a celebration of traditional Korean beauty, Labotory finds a way to make the intimate space resonate with contemporary-minded visitors.
New York City – While designing R13 Denim’s first store in SoHo, Leong Leong explored how to best utilize the relationship between content and space.
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